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Englands Stuart Broad (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Indias Cheteshwar Pujara

Latest report on events at the Ageas Bowl

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The ICC's decision to ban the England batsman from expressing pro-Gazan support is by no means the first example of the clash between politics and sport

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Moeen Ali wearing the 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands on his left arm

Moeen was seen to be wearing them during play on Monday with support from the ECB but the ICC have banned the batsman from doing so again

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The ‘Free Palestine’ bracelet worn by Moeen Ali

Batsman’s protest overshadows Bell’s century against India in third Test

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Jos Buttler’s whirlwind knock of 85 comes to an end when he bottom edges a Ravindra Jadeja delivery on to his own wicket

 

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Gary Ballance (R) of England raises his bat after reaching his 150 alongside Ian Bell during day two of the 3rd Investec Test match between England and India

England 569-7 dec India 25-1: Report from the days events at the Ageas Bowl

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Kevin Pietersen walks off the pitch for Surrey after being dismissed

Pietersen has played predominantly as a Twenty20 specialist since being dropped from the England squad after the Ashes whitewash

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Alastair Cook smiles on the balcony as he speaks with Peter Moores and Joe Root

Cook fell five runs short of his first century in over a year but showed enough to suggest he was returning to form

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Ravi Jadeja drops Alastair Cook in the slips when the England captain had made only 15

 

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Argy bargy: Anderson relaxes ahead of the Third Test with a spot of rugby

Anderson will learn his fate next Friday - but that hasn't stopped the captains of England and India passing comment

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Alastair Cook in action against India in the third Test

Report on events after the first day of the third Test at the Ageas Bowl

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Dhoni did not name Anderson
Batsman fined 50 per cent of his match fee by the ICC over the alleged fracas with Jimmy Anderson in the Trent Bridge pavilion stairwell
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Under pressure: There have been growing calls for Alastair Cook’s resignation as captain following the side’s recent run of poor results
Without a win for 10 Tests and a captain who hasn't scored a century in 27 innings it's getting desperate
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Argy bargy: Anderson relaxes ahead of the Third Test with a spot of rugby
Fast bowler embodies the craziness of the relentless schedule which is now established for England cricketers
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Indias Murali Vijay (L) and Indias Captain MS Dhoni

Dhoni refused to name Anderson directly but claims his team-mate was pushed so hard he 'barely gained his balance'

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Alastair Cook has shrugged off criticism from former team-mate Kevin Pietersen

The England captain is coming under increasing pressure to relinquish his role after a 10 game winless streak

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Kevin Pietersen and Alaistair Cook

Pietersen and Cook famously fell out that saw the former axed from the England squad

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The faces of England’s players and coaches on the dressing room balcony during the second Test at Lord’s give the game away

Former England coach has only sympathy for the man overseeing the summer’s Test debacle though, he tells Stephen Brenkley, he expected more

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Jos Buttler plays rugby during the England cricket team’s training

All-rounder Ravi Jadeja was fined for his part in a spat with the England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson

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Alastair Cook tries his hand at rugby during yesterday’s training session at the Ageas Bowl

Life in the country could become more attractive than leading his country…

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Moeen Ali wearing the 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands on his left arm
Cricket England v India: Batsman told he cannot wear any wristbands with political messages on them
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ANALYSISMoeen Ali just the latest sportsman to test the boundaries
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Englands Stuart Broad (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Indias Cheteshwar Pujara
LATESTEngland vs India: News from the third day of the third Test
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Chika Amalaha competing at the Glasgow games
Commonwealth Games Nigerian weightlifter Chika Amalaha provisionally suspended
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Jazz Carlin looks simply delighted after her win in the 800m freestyle final
Adlington was poolside to see Carlin finally come good and bring a golden end to two years of frustration
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Kemar Bailey-Cole shades Adam Gemili in the 100m final
'Next big thing in Jamaican athletics' bounces back from bad start
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Nick Matthew, below centre, goes all out to beat James Willstrop for gold
Squash lost out to wrestling in last Olympic vote
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The lesson is, never run in jeans
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Lewis Hamilton pictured ahead of Nico Rosberg
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Vincenzo Nibali on the final stage of the Tour de France
CyclingANALYSIS Tour de France: Nibali becomes the first Italian winner since Marco Pantani in 1998
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Geraint Thomas has crashed in the last three stages but claims that is fairly normal
The British rider impressed at this year's Tour de France and has been rewarded with a new contract until the end of 2016
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athletics'If the leaders don’t ask us to change it, what are we supposed to do?' asks stadium official
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Formula 1REPORTHungarian Grand Prix: Daniel Ricciardo wins at the Hungaroring with Alonso second
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Tony Gallopin gave France reason to cheer on stage 11
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Anthony Tuitavake, Sam Tuitupou, Joe Rokocoko and Sitiveni Sivivatu
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